Hermetic city
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Hans Wilschut’s work originates from the urban world. His photographs are lyric reflections on the increasingly built-up surroundings. An underlying social theme can often be found in his photographic work. Wilschut searches the boundaries between public and private domain at the frayed edges of cities for places where changes merge and manifest. Using a personal approach, he attempts to highlight themes including socio-cultural metamorphoses, the increase in tourism, the shift in world economies and demographic growth in portraits that stand alone. Hans Wilschut sees the photographic study as a dialogue with the city. Like an urban explorer, Hans Wilschut travels these urban landscapes, where his exploration usually leads him to places hidden from view. Hans lives in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
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serpentine 2017
exhibition, schauspiel köln, cologne. steelobjects, ceramic reliefs.
BS1
temporary accessible sculpture.
Wayne Sorce: Urban Color
"Wayne Sorce: Urban Color" is on view from October 21st through November 30th at Joseph Bellows Gall...
BKM/Barozzi/Veiga
The extension of the Villa Planta, which will accommodate the Bündner Kunstmuseum, is an exercise o...
Fallingwater
Modernist Architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright
The wall
photography and theoretical project about the The seperation wall between Israel and the west bank
Swiernalis
Polish alternative musician Swiernalis
Green Architecture…. Is it blessing or curse!!
GREEN ARCHITECTURE….IT IS GOOD FOR THE NATURAL WORLD OR MAYBE IT WILL BE A MESS OF THE TREES AND P...
Library
A library in the center of Moscow, study project.
Lattice
Architectural structures. Mario Gagliardi 2006
Kenzo Tange
Kenzo Tange was born September 4, 1913 in Osaka, Japan. After graduating from the University of Toky...
American Food
Davide Luciano is a New York based conceptual food and beverage photographer and motion artist. His ...
Organic Public
Contemporary cities are in need of public spaces which work better for their citizens. This proposal...
Michael Schoner
Michael Schoner develops 3D and 2D designs in different scales varying from architecture and interio...
Design for Disaster
"A disaster zone where everything is lost offers the perfect opportunity for us to take a fresh look...
Shared Space
To develop better urban strategies and futures for communities in desert climates, Mario Gagliardi w...
Food Architecture
Food dal cucchiaio al mondo: Works of artists and architects who deal with the global political, soc...
Franz De Lacroix
Model: Franz De Lacroix / Average is Boring Photographer: Paulina Wyszynska
Sky Walk
The Dolní Morava tower Sky Walk by Zdenek Franek is a conceptual building, and it offers visitors ...
Pillars
Consisting of connected bricks whose relative position can be altered by changing underlying paramet...
Microscopes of utopia
This are some of landscapes spaces of nowhere with spaces inside
Brazil Modernism
20th century architecture in Brazil, including work by Lina Bo Bardi, Lúcio Costa, Affonso Reidy, O...
Carlo Scarpa: Sketch and Work
There is hardly another architect of the 20th century in whose work the progression from sketch to c...
Peter Zumthor: Thinking Architecture
A selection of remarkable work by Swiss architect Peter Zumthor.
The Bauhaus Revolution
The Bauhaus was the most influential design school of the 20th century. See more in the new magazin...
Struth: Nature & Politics
Thomas Struth´s work shows us highly complex equipment, structures and constructions. His pictures ...
In Orbit
"When I look at these complex layers of translucent lines and spheres, I am reminded of models of th...
Tom Ngo
"Common sense and conventional practice prohibits the evolution of architecture. Through reproducing...
Future Architecture
Future Architecture Platform is a European program which promotes talents in architecture. Future A...
Superstudio, Superproduction, Superconsumption
Superarchitecture is the architecture of superproduction, of superconsumption, of superinduction to ...
Heartbeat, Heartseat
Heartbeat consists of a massive heart glowing to the rhythm of a strong, deep and low frequency hear...
Swarm fabrication: Kokkugia / Roland Snooks
We have a fascination with the impact of new technologies on architecture and construction. We are f...
Spatial Clusters
"Refined nature consists of evolved technology such as robotics, artificial intelligence, cybernetic...
Une Cité Industrielle by Tony Garnier
Tony Garnier designed the plans of an ideal city during his stay at the Villa Médicis from 1899 to ...
Obsolete Distinction
In contemporary society, the digital world pervades the physical to such an extent that any distinct...
L’ITALIA CI GUARDIA
On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the birth of the Italian Republic, 40 masters of photogra...
The Glass House
"This house was Philip Johnson's autobiography—all of his interests were visible, and all of his a...
Design & Politics
Photo series "design and politics" by Philippe Jarrigeon, photographer and publisher, born in 1982 i...
Julius Shulman: Visual Drama
"Julius had an eye for visual drama. With modernist buildings, he loved capturing the strong lines s...
Memories of Ruins: Rebecca Bathory
Finding beauty in darkness, poetry and meaning in the forgotten and surreal, imaginary worlds amongs...
Bird´s Nest
I am often struck by the nests that crows build using clothes hangers. Hangers are not only durable ...
Toshio Onda
Japanese Fashion photographer Toshio Onda studied at the University of West England. He lives in Par...
Mimicry and Makeshift
Two future visions for urbanism and ownership: Mimicry city - where everything wants to be owned. As...
Colliding Worlds
Architectural models of small planets appear in unexpected places. (C) Mario Gagliardi 2007
Jean-Jaques Lequeu
Jean-Jacques Lequeu (1757-1825) worked as a draughtsman at Rouen, and from 1779 in Paris at the Cad...
Rayan Ayash
Rayan Ayash is a Fashion Photographer based in New York & Paris.
Amor Vacui
Domink von Moos, born 1990, studied architecture at ETH Zurich.
Archispecture
Architectural studies. Mario Gagliardi 2007-2010.
Palmyra, End of March, 2016
Palmyra. City of Mesopotamia, city of the Phoenicians, of the Assyrians, the Greeks, the Persians, a...
Small Buildings
Photographer Eric Tabuchi, born 1959, lives and works in Paris.
The end of history - La fin de l´histoire
"Belief in progress is irresistible. In flattering the eye it blinds us. Standing in the middle of t...
Blast
Naoya Hatakeyama was born in 1958 in Iwate Prefecture, Japan. Hatakeyama, a student of Kiyoji Otsuji...
Bring the outside in: The houses of Joseph Eichler
“Eichlers,” as they are referred to in California, are midcentury modern tract homes developed b...
Harrison and Abramovitz
Architects Wallace Harrison and Max Abramovitz, who worked independently in New York in a partnershi...
Man. Kiki. Lee.
The muses of Emmanuel Radnitzky (Man Ray) "All I need is an onion, a bit of bread, and a bottle of ...
Conformity
“Modern man has become a cog in a very complex society. We live in a society that praises individu...
Uncanny Bodies
There is a space of imagination stretching between brain, lens and body: Photography by Ariana Molly...
Trees in Winter
A series utilizing random patterns in nature to reveal mathematical beauty, by Ansen Seale.
Manufactured Landscapes
We've created landscapes dense with human history, layered with the traces of our experience and cri...
Color constructions
The work of Krijn de Koning interrupts the environment by adding sculptural, architectural and colou...
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A space in the headquarter of a stone manufacturer in China. With its monochromatic walls, oddly sla...
Pulp architecture
The need to stand out in a hyper-commercialized market results in remarkable examples of contemporar...
Dovecote-Granary
Tiago Do Vale took on the admirable task of restoring two maize granaries as examples for disappeari...
Core Agora
These shop pavillions in an area of a hotel complex in Greece, designed by Not a Number Architects, ...
Boulder House
The Boulder House by Atelier Jun is a remarkable solution for the design of a detached townhouse in ...
Sonata
Sonata, a multi-housing project in Merida, Mexico, was designed by Mexican practice Arkham. Partly e...
K11 Musea
Westworld meets Surrealism in the interior design of K11 Musea, a new shopping mall in Hong Kong, a ...
Lotus Zen House
The Lotus Zen House hotel is located in Mount Jiuhua, an important Buddhist site in China. Hong Kong...
Laurel Hills Residence
A beautiful example of a contemporary Californian residence, designed by Assembledge architects. The...
House 33
House No 33 by Uemori Masaaki and Uemori Kokutou: A fantastic example on how contemporary architectu...
Architectural sculptures
Architectural sculptures by K. Kegelmann as part of "Future City" curated by Mario Gagliardi at the ...
The gilded castle
Besides castle Neuschwanstein in Bavaria, Peles is the most remarkable turn-of-the-century castle i...
The Heavy Palace
The Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest was built in the nineteen-eighties after a design by Anca ...
Reactive Space
Inspired by Plato´s allegory of the cave, this is an architectural study for spaces reacting to its...
Paris
Paris 2019. (C) Mario Gagliardi
Calatrava : Sculptures
Sculptures by architect Santiago Calatrava.
PIXelated Cube
experiment idea materialmatters architecture
CAMOUFLAGE ARCHITECTURE
My thesis gallery about camouflage and architecture
Street Life Tokyo
Photographic impressions in the streets of Japan. (C) Mario Gagliardi
Energy
Every photo has an energy, a direction, and a story. I do not own this story.
The Venice Pavillon
The Venice Pavillon interprets the history of Venice as a point of contact between West and East. Sh...
Collaborative City Planning
The result of the Zero Carbon project: a collaborative scale model of the prototype site, close to t...
Structures
Architectural studies, Mario Gagliardi 2002-2004.
Dreaming of Skyscrapers
Mario Gagliardi 2006.
Bones, Stones, Sticks, & Stones
Digital photography and manipulation on paper.
Alessandro Mendini 1931-2019
For Alchimia, design is a cyle: everything that will have to happen has already happened, and the im...
Terror Architecture -18th Century Prisons
In the late 1770s, there was a particular interest in the development of not only scientific and rhe...
Kunio Makaewa
Kunio Maekawa was a master of Japanese modernist architecture. He learned under Le Corbusier and was...
Digital Biology
Interior studies for public indoor spaces merging digital and biological environments. Wall modules ...
Dawson
Yukon Territory, Canada
Fashion, Food, Transport
FUTURE CITY premiered at Vienna Art Week 2018 on November 20, 2018, at MAK Museum of Applied Arts in...
Architecture
Designed by Ted Wells. Architecture. Corten steel and glass.
Writing & Design
Romantic Modern: The California Architecture of Harwell Hamilton Harris. Writer and Designer, Ted We...
Writing & Design
Casting Shadows, Auguste Rodin. Writer and Designer.
Hoi An
Ancient Town in Vietnam and South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century 2...
worlds of planet earth
A set of photos from different places on Earth. 2018
The loft bar
Concept project of loft bar.
Mechanical Suprematist
Experience interesting architectural compositions being created as you look around. This generator w...
Immersive sketch
Travel through an animated architectural sketch (move mouse to look around): http://mariogagliardi.c...
Painted by Time
Inricate patterns created by lichens, made over time around the tiny cracks of ceramic tiles. (C) Ma...